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US to accept 54 refugees from Manus Island and Nauru in first intake

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull welcomed the "good news" and thanked US President Donald Trump for his co-operation.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Refugees to receive decisions from the US

US authorities will start informing refugees on Manus Island and Nauru of resettlement decisions.
SBS

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News video: Australian PM confirms US refugee resettlement deal will continue as planned within weeks

Australian PM confirms US refugee resettlement deal will continue as planned within weeks 00:57

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has confirmed that the resettlement of over a thousand asylum seekers on remote Pacific islands will go ahead as planned, beginning with a first group of..
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News video: What will happen to refugees after Australia closes Manus camp?

What will happen to refugees after Australia closes Manus camp? 02:36

PNG’s Prime Minister Peter O’Neill told Al Jazeera he is in talks with the United Nations High Commission for Refugees to assist in managing the well-being of refugees left behind after the closure..
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Australia to cut benefits for asylum seekers

Australia to cut benefits for asylum seekers 01:59

The Australian government has told asylum seekers that it intends to cut housing and support benefits in a bid to get them to leave the country.
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Asylum seekers in Australian offshore detention centre kneel and cross hands in silent protest

Asylum seekers in Australian offshore detention centre kneel and cross hands in silent protest 00:32

Daily protests are being held in the Manus Island centre, as asylum seekers hope for resettlement outside of Papua New Guinea, where some have experienced violence. The pose is supposed to resemble..
Source: IBTimes -

News video: Asylum Seekers on Manus Island Cross Hands in Silent Protests

Asylum Seekers on Manus Island Cross Hands in Silent Protests 00:42

Daily protests in the Australian offshore detention centres on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea continued, with the men in the compounds holding their demonstrations in silence.Photos and videos from..
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Nauru, Manus Island refugees to learn of US resettlement fate in next two days: advocate

Refugees on Nauru and Manus Island will learn if they will be accepted in the US resettlement program over the next two days after receiving appointment letters.
SBS

US to hand down refugee decisions

US authorities will start informing refugees on Manus Island and Nauru of resettlement decisions from Wednesday.
SBS

Spotless seeks to quash 'embarrassing' Manus Island allegations

The centre of the allegations is that Spotless ignored its owned guidelines and booked costs from bidding to operate Manus Island centre as profit when it should have known it would not win the..
Sydney Morning Herald

Crossbench seek to send detainee to London

Independents and crossbenchers from the Greens and NXT have urged the government to send a Manus Island detainee to his film's premiere in London.
SBS

'Alternative detention' for men on Manus

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says about 200 men held on Manus Island could be moved to 'alternative detention' when a regional centre closes on October 31.
SBS

Victorian court approves record settlement to Manus immigration detainees

SBS World News Radio: Australian immigration detainees on Manus Island are to receive $70 million in compensation, in what's been described as the biggest human rights settlement in legal history. 
SBS

Manus Island refugee pleads for UK visa to see screening of his film

An Iranian-Kurdish refugee at the Manus Island detention centre, who pleaded for permission to attend the screening of his film at the London Film Festival, has been told to apply to the Home Office..
SBS

Court approves $70 million compensation payout to Manus Island detainees

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has said the settlement is not an admission of liability but saves taxpayers from an expensive trial.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Manus refugees given final ultimatum as Turnbull government comes under pressure

Refugees and asylum seekers in Papua New Guinea have been threatened ahead of the closure of Australian operations on Manus Island.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Asylum seekers summoned to Immigration Department as Dutton moves to cut welfare payments

The government plans to cut welfare payments for hundreds of asylum seekers who came to Australia for medical treatment and are now resisting pressure to return to Manus Island and Nauru.
SBS

Quake strikes off PNG's Manus Island

A powerful earthquake measuring 6.6 in magnitude has struck off Papua New Guinea's Manus Island, but there is no tsunami threat,
SBS

New PNG Attorney-General roadblocks Manus detention centre closure

PNG says there is no clear understanding over what will happen to the men being held in immigration detention on Manus Island once Australia closes the centre.
SBS

PNG defies Aust detention camp deadline

Papua New Guinea's new attorney-general has cast doubt on Immigration Minister Peter Dutton's plan to close Manus Island detention centre by the end of October.
SBS

'Australia cannot walk away from Manus Island': PNG

Papua New Guinea has reportedly told Australia it won't be allowed to walk away Manus Island.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

ACT Liberals abstain from motion calling for shutdown of Nauru and Manus detention centres

A motion calling for the Turnbull Government to remove asylum seekers from detention centres on Manus Island and Nauru has sailed through the ACT Legislative Assembly unopposed by the Liberal..
SBS

Australia’s Manus deal legal despite being illegal in PNG: High Court

Australia’s agreement with Papua New Guinea to run the regional processing centre on Manus Island is legal, even if it is illegal under PNG law, the High Court has ruled.
SBS

Refugee's family wants Australian inquiry

The family of a refugee who died on Manus Island wants Australian authorities to investigate.
SBS

World News Radio August 9

Labor steps up its attack on a public vote on same-sex marriage. One Nation refers questions over the citizenship of Senator Malcolm Roberts to the High Court. The family of a refugee who did on..
SBS


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